A spokesman for the Lagos State Police Command, Muyiwa Adejobi, disclosed this on Saturday evening.
“He (Mr Macaroni) and others have been arraigned before a mobile court. I will release a statement on it shortly,” he said in a phone interview.
On Saturday, Mr Macaroni was arrested for protesting at the Lekki toll gate where he demanded that justice be served to the victims of the October 20, 2020, #EndSARS protest at the toll plaza.
He and 30 other #OccupyLekkiTollgate campaigners were arrested and detained by the Lagos State Police Command’s operatives.
Many civil rights organisations, including Amnesty International, have demanded Mr Macaroni’s release and the other detained protesters.